Worker Was Not Harassed11/08/2010|Canadian Labour Reporter|Last Updated: 02/02/2011 Concerned that a missing property report inappropriately singled him out racially and implicated him in a theft, an airport Security Officer filed a grievance. The union claimed that the worker was the victim of racial harassment and discrimination contrary to the collective agreement.Six months after being hired as a Security Officer at a regional airport, D.K. worked a regular shift screening baggage. A few days later, a call from a passenger came through to the airport reporting that a ring had gone missing from a passenger’s baggage. While there was no allegation of theft either from the passenger or from airport management, the passenger was invited to fill out a claims form. The form, which was completed and faxed back to the airport, detailed the missing property, the date and flight number and the name or, in this case, a description of the Security Officer who screened the baggage. The form identified D.K. simply as “male, native.” To Read the Full Story, Subscribe or Sign In Remember Me Forgot Password If you are a current Subscriber, please click here to set-up or update your login information.